The past couple of weeks...

I realize it has been almost 2 weeks since I posted! Not that we haven't been busy. I went to the doctor last week and then to a class on gestational diabetes. I had to learn how to eat right, which isn't so bad. Maybe it will actually help me lose some weight after the baby is born. I have to check my glucose level 4 times a day! It's not so bad, just remembering to test 2 hours after I eat with 2 kids is hard!

A good thing about eating this way, I have discovered that I actually like to drink water. You won't hardly find me without it these days! The only thing is that it takes me forever to go to the grocery store now! I have to read every label and the nutrition facts for every thing I might eat! It had been good though, because now maybe I'll be more conscious of what I am eating and feeding my family.

I also have to be monitored every time I go to the doctor now. I guess as a precaution to make sure the baby doesn't get to big. Thank goodness I only have 10 weeks to go! And having said that I can't believe she will be here so soon! I have so much to do!

In Noah news: He is so funny. We went out of town for church on Sunday. Andrew had family here he hadn't seen in years about an hour and a 1/2 away, so we all got up early and went to church with them. After the singing all the kids were leaving to go to their classes. Noah looked around and said "where are all those kids going?" We let him go to his age class. He was funny after church was over. We asked him what that learned about. He said Jonah and the whale. He said that it stunk inside the whale. They also asked everyone something to pray for. He said all the other kids had boo boos but he wanted to pray for his baseball tournament. Who knows where he comes up with this things!

In Jonah news: That boys is growing too fast! He is a little copycat wanting to everything that big brother does. He is learning new words everyday too. His favorite thing to do right now is "bush teeph" He loves to brush his teeth! Hopefully that will last for a long time!

1 loving comments:


I enjoy reading your posts Heather, I love to hear how you and your family are doing and the great pictures you post. I hope that Jonah will continue to love to "bush teeph" and the Noah will continue to share with you all his Sunday School stories. Your boys are at such a FUN age, I have so many fond memories of my boys at this age (and then they got BIG). Y